Infinity Rehab Appoints Vice President of Human Resources and Director of Professional Development

The mission of Infinity Rehab – to enhance the life of every person we serve – extends beyond the patients the organization’s therapists treat to also enhancing the life of its more than 2,000 employees, according to Holly Winick. MPH, SPHR.

Holly Winick

Holly Winick

Winick, the past Director of Human Resources for the contract rehabilitation company, will now serve as the Vice President of Human Resources. “Our business is service – and our employees are our most valuable asset. It’s imperative for us to help each therapist reach their full potential to provide quality clinical outcomes – in fact, it’s the only thing that distinguishes us from others,” says Winick.

Derek Fenwick, PT, MBA, GCS will fill the newly-created role of Director of Professional Development. “We believe developing our people is paramount to our continued success as a market leader,” says Fenwick.

Derek Fenwick

Derek Fenwick

The former Area Rehab Director for Infinity Rehab says the company has always made significant investments in its employees – from holding the largest annual continuing education event for therapists in the Pacific Northwest to maintaining competitive benefit packages during times of industry contracture. “My new role allows me to have a one-on-one connection with our therapists so I can assist with achieving both professional and personal goals,” says Fenwick

“Having these two accomplished individuals in these roles reaffirms our commitment to attracting and retaining top talent,” says Infinity Rehab President Mike Billings, PT, MS, CEEAA. An annual goal for the organization is a greater focus on retention and a reduction in turnover. “Our recruitment team does a fantastic job of hiring the best Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists from across the country, and we want Infinity Rehab to be so attractive and rewarding that they have a life-long career with us.”